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King Charles

King Charles

Posted on Nov 11th, 2014 - By Andrew Zuercher

Developing or consuming web services and not using Charles? Well, you might be missing some necessary information that makes debugging quick, reliable and advanced. Chrome and Firefox have some good network monitoring built in already, but for Mac, Charles is King.

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REST Easy

REST Easy

Posted on Nov 4th, 2014 - By Lindsay Thurmond

Opinionated web service APIs are quickly going out of style and not without good reason. Before uncovering the reasons for this change, it's important to understand what opinionated APIs are, and why the alternative is better.

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Psychology of Agile Methodology

Psychology of Agile Methodology

Posted on Oct 28th, 2014 - By John Brothers

What do Psychology and Software Development have in common?

Well, as notoriously rational as software developers like to claim they are, they're are humans, after all. And subject to all the cognitive biases and errors that plague the rest of humanity.  Well, most of them.

Three particular issues seem the most common in the industry and infect a lot of developer’s thinking...

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Use GitHub, Don't GitScrewed

Use GitHub, Don't GitScrewed

Posted on Oct 22nd, 2014 - By Tom Elrod

Anybody doing anything with software has almost certainly heard of GitHub. Just in case you haven't, GitHub is a hosting service for storing source code. In fact, it's the largest code host in the world, with over 3.4 million users.

 

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Moving from PHP to a Node.js Full Stack CMS Slidedeck

Moving from PHP to a Node.js Full Stack CMS Slidedeck

Posted on Oct 20th, 2014 - By Andrew Zuercher

For those that were able to attend Friday's Moving from PHP to a Node.js Full Stack CMS at Connectjs, I’ve attached the slide deck so that you can review. On the other side, for those that were not able to attend the talk, I’m sorry that you missed out and please feel free to consume the keynote albeit without the color of being live and in person. 

 

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